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The war has brought about many alterations in our outlook and our way of living. During the conflict many changes were made to assist the war effort, and while these were considered temporary measures there can be no doubt of the fact that there will be no returning to the American way...
Posture has long been thought of in terms of standing and sitting, and correct posture as the erect position assumed when one is under inspection, but posture should really be considered as the sum total of the positions and movements of the body throughout the day and throughout life....
Four per cent of the last 225 patients with "external" endometriosis who were seen at this clinic were less than 20 years old. Four per cent is a small figure, but there are grounds for suspecting that it is less than the true one. And it is a significant, even a large percentage when...
Before treatment of the varicose veins of the lower extremity is begun, it is of the utmost importance to determine the patency of the deep venous system. This determination is accomplished by the Perthes test. While in most cases this test will suffice, the determination of absolute and...
The etiologic relationship between the virus of herpes simplex and encephalitis has for many years been a controversial subject.1 At the time of the intense search for the causal agent of encephalitis lethargica during the worldwide epidemic of that disease, on several occasions the...
Since the elimination or curbing of the great epidemic diseases of childhood, such as smallpox, diphtheria and summer complaint, no disease has created greater apprehension among people than infantile paralysis—not because of its mortality or even its...
RENAL DAMAGE DUE TO ISCHEMIC MUSCLE NECROSIS
MAJOR WILLIAM C. MOLONEY, MAJOR SIDNEY L. STOVALL and MAJOR DAVID H. SPRONG Jr. Medical Corps, Army of the United States
During the present conflict, through the efforts of Bywaters1 and other British...
Clinical records contain numerous conflicting reports as to the effects of x-rays in the treatment of specific infectious diseases. Glenn1 of the department of radiology, Duke University, studied the effects of various types of x-ray exposure on the phagocytic indexes of rabbits. With a...
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